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Welcome to the Aysén Patagonia

Come to discover the wonders and people of this territory

Navigate the Fjords and Channels of Aysén following the Cordillera Route

The Cordillera route, operated by Naviera Austral, navigates the unknown channels of Aysén. It?s a beautiful territory that is much like a giant jigsaw puzzle made up of thousands of isolated islands, infinite natural wonders, and the stories of brave families who have populated their hidden coves.

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Meet the Women of the Agricultural Club of the Valleys

In La Junta, you'll have the unforgettable opportunity to visit with the awesome ladies of the Women's Agricultural Club of the Valleys! Every Friday, year round, and Mondays during the summer, in the community center of La Junta, a group of the most powerful, talented and funny women of Patagonia, gathers to hold their own farmer's market. Things go fast! Don't miss the chance to enjoy their farm-fresh vegetables, marmalades, chili sauce, eggs and other delights.

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The heart of Coyhaique beats all summer long in the Plaza

If your trip takes you to Aysén?s regional capital, there?s little doubt that you will find yourself in the Plaza of Arms in the center of the city at one point or another. Even though Coyhaique is the region?s largest city, it still maintains the intimacy and atmosphere of a small town, where everything radiates from its core.

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Backpack your way towards Cerro Castillo?s towers and ice

Cerro Castillo has become one of the most famous mountains in the Aysén Region, thanks to its tremendous beauty and awesome spires, which resemble a medieval stone castle. There is a fantastic four-day backpacking route that weaves through the passes to the base of the towers before dropping down into the tiny village below. Over the past several years, it has become one of the most popular and highlighted treks in Patagonia; one you probably don?t want to miss!

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Explore the gauchos? route to the Nef Glacier

Come face to face with the Nef Glacier, part of the Northern Patagonia Ice Fields, during this three-day trip that combines navegation, hiking, horse trekking and camping at an old gaucho outpost, complete with a traditional rustic shelter.

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Wind through the unexplored valleys of La Junta

Be among the few who have traveled this photogenic route winding through the unknown Mirta, Cuarto and Quinto valleys. The valleys are home to one of the most authentic traditional festivals of the area and several of the ingenious women farmers of the Women?s Agricultural Club of the Valleys. There are also great opportunities for trekking, fishing and horseback riding.

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